We just read about "Conception," a movie about getting pregnant from the point of view of a variety of couples -- here's how The Hollywood Reporter described it in an April 2011 article:
"Conception is a high-concept, low-budget comedy that drops in on nine couples the night they conceive a child, which in several cases was not the intended consequence. The film is understandably too sketchy to dig deeply into any of these relationships but the film does underscore what most rom-coms cheerfully ignore — that sex has a biological as well as a recreational function. Writer-director Josh Stolberg, who has written a number of films and TV shows as well as directed two previous indie films, keeps the pace brisk yet allows each couple enough time for soul searching or intense confrontations to highlight the nature of their relationships."
TheBlend.com describes it this way: "This sexually frank romantic-comedy seeks to explore the goofy—and sometimes greasy—routes to conception by zeroing in on the night each couple conceives, whether accidentally—as is the case with the flick's naïve teen virgins—or with the use of fertility aids and artificial insemination."
The film seems to not have found the theatrical distribution it needed to get a wide showing, and it's now being released online this Friday, February 24. It stars David Arquette, Gregory Smith, Julie Bowen (from "Modern Family"), Sarah Hyland (also from "Modern Family"), Pamela Adlon, and Jonathan Silverman. Check out the trailer here: